Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cell Research

The defining properties of multipotent hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) are their ability to differentiate into multiple lymphoid and myeloid lineages, as well as to self-renew to ensure that the HSC pool is not depleted over the lifespan of an individual. As HSCs proliferate, they progress through a series of lineage commitment steps, producing hematopoietic progenitor cells (HPCs) that are shorter-lived and more restricted in their differentiation potential.

Explore our scientific resources below to learn more about how to source, culture and analyze the biology of these important cells.

  • Courteney Lai

    Courteney Lai

    Courteney Lai, Ph.D. Candidate, Dr. Keith Humphries’ lab, Terry Fox Laboratory, BC Cancer Research Centre

    Stem Cell Biology
  • David Knapp, PhD

    David Knapp, PhD

    David Knapp, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Tudor Fulga’s Lab, University of Oxford

    Stem Cell Biology
  • Daniel Gray, PhD

    Daniel Gray, PhD

    Daniel Gray, Ph.D., Laboratory Head, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute

    Stem Cell Biology